Iced Down & Ten

October 2006
Home Cooking;Oct2006, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p25
The article provides tips when packing for a tailgate party. Coolers should not be filled with loose ice cubes. It is suggested to make freezer packs by freezing bottled water. Tap water can be freezed in milk jugs and soft-drink bottles.


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